Kaspersky, a cybersecurity agency has partnered with DataGroupIT to offer cybersecurity options to corporations and to entry the brand new markets in Nigeria and Ghana.
“DataGroupIT is a widely known distributor in Africa with a transparent value-add in relation to producing targeted enterprise progress, particularly within the enterprise phase. It can also help the Kaspersky enterprise logistically and supply worthwhile technical experience on Kaspersky options,” says Lehan van den Heever, Enterprise Cyber Safety Advisor for Kaspersky in Africa.
DataGroupIT has greater than 1 000 shoppers in over 15 Sub-Saharan African nations with its skilled groups delivering distinctive gross sales, pre-sale, logistic, advertising, and monetary help.
The partnership between the 2 organisations will additional improve Kaspersky’s quickly increasing footprint in Africa. It’s designed to empower clients to leverage Kaspersky’s data, market intelligence, and world-class cybersecurity professionals with best-in-class native market help.
“West Africa is turning into a significant focus for Kaspersky. The settlement with DataGroupIT will see Kaspersky acquire entry to new verticals on this area whereas serving to new and current clients construct their cybersecurity technique. It additionally places Kaspersky able to work with main regulators to raise the digital safety threshold throughout the area,” says van den Heever.
Amir Shtarkman, VP Enterprise Improvement at DataGroupIT says; “Our partnership with Kaspersky is a wonderful match for our rising product portfolio and our ‘6 pillar mannequin’. Kaspersky is an skilled vendor and a frontrunner of their product portfolio. Their choices will allow our clients throughout the area to understand the advantages of cybersecurity and, particularly, endpoint safety and cyber intelligence. DataGroupIT has a wealth of expertise within the cybersecurity market in Africa, and we’re wanting ahead to rising the Kaspersky enterprise with this partnership.”
With the DataGroupIT partnership in place, Kaspersky plans to copy the success it has noticed in different African areas.
“This growth will assist transfer the maturity of cyber defence instruments and processes in West Africa to a brand new stage particularly at a time when organisations and shoppers are adapting to a brand new distributed working atmosphere that creates the potential for added cyber threat,” concludes van den Heever.